Writing a Brief for the iPad Judge ◊ Columbia Business Law Review

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 Daniel Sockwell:

"...A brief written to be read on an iPad should differ from one written for text in three main ways: it should use fewer footnotes, should use a different font, and should avoid confusing hierarchical organization...".

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